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Infantry of the 11th Royal Scots Fusiliers, 49th (West Riding) Division, searching houses in Ede in The Netherlands, 17 April 1945.

Infantrymen of The West Nova Scotia Regiment in a Universal Carrier en route to Rotterdam are surrounded by Dutch civilians celebrating the liberation of the Netherlands.

A carrier crew of 8th Rifle Brigade hands out chocolate to Dutch civilians during the advance of 11th Armoured Division in The Netherlands, 22 September 1944.

A liberated inmate of the Nordhausen concentration camp, April 1945.

Liberation of Holland. A Jeep loaded with celebrating people holding a Dutch flag riding alongside the 'Nieuwe Kerk'-church to Dam square, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. May 8, 1945.

Dutch resistance fighters round up Nazi collaborators, April 19, 1945.

Cheering Dutch civilians gather around a Sherman OP tank of 'C' Troop, 55th Field Regiment RA, Guards Armoured Division, as Eindhoven is liberated, 19 September 1944. Sitting on the front of the tank is Sgt Herbert Frederick Jones.

The driver of a Universal carrier, Private H Smith of 'B' Company, 1/4 King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, makes friends with Dutch civilians - and a small dog - during the liberation of Roosendaal, The Netherlands, 30 October 1944.

The 'Little Boy' atomic bomb used against Japan, 1945.

Dutch civilians offer drinks to the crew of a Cromwell tank of 2nd Welsh Guards during the liberation of Eindhoven, 19 September 1944.

A Universal carrier and a Churchill tank of 51st Royal Tank Regiment during 6th Armoured Division’s attack on the town of Pichon, Tunisia 8 April 1943.

Troops from 3rd Battalion, Reconnaissance Corps, 3rd Infantry Division, 'de-bus' from their Universal carriers at Sturminster Newton in Dorset, 28 August 1941.